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THE EVENING HERALD, KLAMATH FALLS, OREGON
W. O. SMITH, Editor
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Ito oraM EaMIahlag CoBBpeay of
KluaaU Mai, at 111 Foaru sires.
afctereeT at the ottoac at Klamath
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WEbXKSDAY, NOVEMBER. 14, t17
Herald's Classified Advs.
FOR USALE Good cow. Inquire of
Charlie Blehn, 930 Klamath ave
FOR SALE Or -will trade 0e-pas
senaer Reo in good condition. Ap
ply to Chas. Gates, at K. K. K. store
FOR RENT Two well furnished
steam heated, sunny rooms; baths.
hot and cold water. 228 4th st. 12-3t
FOR SALE 100 head ewes, cheap,
Tom Newton, 12-5t
FOR SALE 8-room modern house
-r and lot and household goods. Mrs.
M. J.,Yaden, li49 Pine st. 10-5t
FOR RENT At Hill apartments, at
corner of Third and Main; brick
building; wood, water, lights, phone.
electrical. Iron, laundry room; $li.50
RANCH FOR SALE CHEAP I own
the Louis Lobb ranch, eight miles
due cast of Klamath Falls, 3 room
house, barn, pumping well, etc., said
to be worth $3,000 to $3,500; mort
gage onlly $600, three years; look it
over and make me an offer on yout
own valuation; will take any small
payment you can afford to pay and
giro you all the years you want to
pay the balance without any interest
whatever on deferred payments. Wal
ter S. HalUwell, Citizens Band, Los
Angeles, Calif. 9-6t '
WANTED A woman to do cleaning,
Call 402. 13-3t
WANTED Man and wife want Job
on ranch. Room 4, Townsend flats.
FOR RENT Three room furnished
house. E. L. French, 537 Menlo
Way. - 12-3t
FANCY WORK for sale Also made
to order; get Christmas gifts made
hare. 52 Main. Call Saturday. 13-2
WANTED Shepherd or Colli pup.
Notify Buford Hargus at Herald
.-.'. ' a at
WANTED Board in private family
for widower; right terms for right
.party. Apply Herald, X Y Z. 8-6t
MRS. M. E. PAUL gives readings by
matl; write In own hand, send $1.
f Pearson, Wash. 12-4t
FOR SALES Improved ranch, 240
acres; over loo acres in auaira;
ISO per acre.
J. T. WARD CO.,
"fllB Mala Street
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MEAR9T PATHE NEWS
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- ADMISSION 10 CENTS
L OPERA HOUSE
Y A M SATURDAYS
Rev. Mr. Allen of Itonanxa
preached nt I.orella Inst Sund.i. Ho
was accompanied b his wife, and
family. From now on I.oicll.i will
have two preaching serlccs a month,
the second and fourth Sundays.
Will Duncan Is busy these das
building a new cellar at hi home.
The Scheble brothers hao sold
their horse camp, known as the H.UI
place, cast of Langcll Valley to Wm.
The Ladles Aid Society will give
a bataar at Fordney's hall Saturday
evening, December 1st. A chicken
pie dinner with all the side lines will
be sened for the low price of 25
cents. A cordial Imitation Is extend
ed to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Keller have
moved Into their new home, which
has Just been completed.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart arc
leaving the country, and will locate
near Walla Walla, Wash., where Mrs.
Stewart's family resides. Mr. Stew
art has been associated In the stock
business here with Louis Gerber for
several years, aand his many friends
regret his departure.
Clark Hamaker is Installing a saw
mill on the Leatherman ranch, on the
south side of Langell Valley. The
mill supplies a long felt want In this
district, and will enable the farmers
to secure their lumber without the
longthaul over Bryant mountain. Mr.
Hamaker will occupy the home on
the Broadsword ranch.
Geese are unusually plentiful here
this fall. Thousands of these birds
are seen together on the waters and
In the meadows of the valley.
Belgium Will Soon
Be a Treeless Land
PARIS. Xov 14. It will In a tree-. served only one rule to obtain the
les BelBium tos which the people otlR'eatcst amount of wood for military
that unfortunate country will return. Woses In the shortest possible time.
, , , The Belgian government has boon
If Its leader, are not dilven out be-.,,,. 0 ,cnrn UetHs of ,ho work
foio they hae completed their woik ltonei BUch M thllt ft thousand acres
of devastation. Factories hae been. have boon cleared In the Hortogcn-
despoiled of their machinery, every ,w aid (Liege), and felling continues
tveno-tUe years Imprisonment for
the placing of duatult with Intent
to blow up pioporty. Tht penalty
prmlded In the federal WHr measuie
Is merely to iocr the Illegal posses
sion of etptOSlWS.
gl'EKN "LllA" HODY
foim of property has been requisi
tioned, and now woods, forests, and
there; the fir plantation of "Fas de
Lucy," the finest In the country, has
A four room house and good lot on
Walnut street. It's cheap at $t,2S0.
See Chllcotc. 6
ADVERTISED MAIL LIST
The following unclaimed mall mat
ter advertised on November 3d, will
be sent to tbe Division of Dead Let
ters, San Francisco, Calif., on Novem
ber 17th. A charge of one cent will
be made for each letter delivered
from this list. In calling for letters
say advertised. W. ,A. Delzell, P. M.
Bagley, Mrs. Llllie; Barnum, Fran
cis M.; Bennle. Ennls: Bouey. Burt:
Brown, M. J.; Carlson, C; Carlson,
Oust; Cline, Geo. T.; Dukes Bros.;
Dunning, H. S. (2) ; Favero Glacomo;
Ferguson, W. J.; Ferguson, Wm.;
Ford, H. I,.; Fvanwlfeo, Eonln; Gra
ham, W. J.; Hall, J. B.i Hammond,
Mrs. G. B.; Hawkins Mrs. Arthur;
Heller, Ernest; Hoag, Mr.; Holbeft
Henry;' Houston, Mr. and Mrs. W. E.;
Howell, Miss Iona; Jory, Mrs. Ollle;
Leonard, Phillip; Logan, A.; Miller,
Alfred; Moll, E.; Prowley, Bill; Ram
bo, Godfrey; Ryan, Thomas, Salinas,
Megull; Singh, Tara; Smith. Hiram;
Stackwell, Frank JI. (2); Taylor, S.
B.; Wilson, Tom; Woodburn, A. L.
COLUMBIA, H. C. Nov. II. Al
tut Ortli, who published Deutsche
Zeltung of Ohm lesion, has boon con-
1 ted of iildlitK Gorman prisoners to
eirnpc from Atlanta penitentiary.
Four other charges against lihu nro
HONOLULU, Nov. 14. National
gunrdsmen have taken charge of the
remains of former Quean Lllluokalnnl
becaittf of a threatened will content
Hie tiled Sunday morning, John p,
Collttirii rlnlnm tho body, nirtlng
that she changsd atr will last August.
cen Indhtdunl trees are being cut been completely razed, nud the mag
down wholesale. The wooded heights nlllcent forests of Solgnos, south of
of Ilia Helginn Ardennes, which used Brussels, Is rapldh disappearing.
to protect the center of the country. These are only examples of dozens of
from the east winds, are rapidly he-1 similar cases which are known, and
tug ttenuueu, mo tan eims tnai nneu to this devastation must be added
the higliwas and canals have been! the consumption of wood by the na-
felled, and walnut trees that adorned tlve population, which for three jears
the gardens of the well-to-do In Brus-,has been unable to Import coal, and
sets hae not been spared. has had to use quantities of wood In-
In the early days of tho occupation stead,
the Belgian state forest department) Serious consequences from every
was allowed to supervise the work of point of view, health, climatic and
felling, and see that It was scientific-1 hydrographlc, are expected from this
ally conducted, but after a few, wldo spread destruction of woods and
months, the Germans took over the forests, If It continues unothor car
direction of the department and ob- or two.
Explosive License Law
Gpes in Effect Friday
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 14.
Any person found with explosives in
his possession after November 15
without a license issued by the Fed
eral government showing the purpose
for which the explosives are to be
use'd, w 111 be liable to arrest and fine
of $5,000 or one year's Imprisonment.
Under the law, the director of
mines Is "empowered to utilize the
sen ices of all United States officers
and all police officers of the states, in
cluding the city police forces, county
sheriffs, deputies, constables and all
ofllcers In any way charged with po
lio duties. The police of the cities
hr.vo already been organized for this
work, headed by a committee of
chiefs. The police are not only to
look after the enforcement of tho law
but are also to make thoro Investiga
tions of all dynamite outrages and
fires in factories and warehouses, and
to make their reports to the director
of the bureau of mines.
'Persons apprehended In plots to
blow up factories and bridges will bo
turned over to the authorities for
prosecution under federal or stato
laws. Most states have specially Be-
I vera S3 I'UHiaiiiuouis tur liicbcj uiiiiiui.
New York has an extreme penalty of
Latest Photo of the Kaiser
Get a standard fire Insurance. pol
icy la a standard company from CIill.
cote, and you'll get a prompt and just
settlement In case of loss. C
LA GRANDE HOSPITAL UXIT
REACHES FOREIGN SHORES
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' LA GRANDE, Ore., Nov. 14. Mes.
sages from members of the LaGrande
hospital unit, notifying parents and
friends that tbe unit bad arrived safe.
ly on the other side, have been re
ceived here. Where they arrived is
unknown. The plans followed In
cases of this kind are to have the
message prepared by members of the
unit before sailing, and held at bead
quarters on this side until the safe
arrival of their ship in Europe.
When a message Is received at
headquarters telling of the ship's safe
arrival, the messages are mailed.'
ROAD VIEWERS APPOINTED
Road viewers were appointed for
two county roads yesterday afternoon
by the county court, one in the Malln
district and one in the Midland dis
trict. Tom Dixon and R. E. Brad
bury are the viewers for the former
road, and R. A. Alford and Tom
Dlxou those for the latter.
Tho court has now adjourned until
Friday, when some road matters now
ponding will be taken up. N
Mora Insurance for less money In
tho sow policies of Tho Travelers.
Ask Clitlco for rates. 6
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This photograph of tbe kaiser was
taken on his recent visit to Tarnapol,
where be distributed many iron
crosass. Tbe picture shows plainly
his withered left arm resting on his J
sword hilt. Tbe arm .Is much shorter
than tbe right arnvaud he usually
poses for photographs In such a po
sition that the withered number does
MEAT CAUSE OE
WE EAT TOO MUCH MEAT, WHICH
CLOGS KIONEY8, THEN THE
Most folks forget that the klduejv,
l:ko tho bowels, get sluggish and clog
wed, and need u flushing occasional!
false, wo lim u hackncho and dull misery
in thn kidney region, sevcro headaches,
rheumatic twinges, torpid liver, acid
Ktomru'h, sleeplessness, and all sorts of
u simply must keep your kidneys
activi) and clean, and the moment you
fee! '.n ncho or pain In the klCney
rce I o.i, get about four ounces of J 'id
Sail: Ocm any good drug storr hem.
im' t lublespoonfiil In a glass of wa
ter l-cfr.re breakfast for a few dan and
yd i Lldneys will then act One. 1t
fMfiOt.. salts Is mado Irom the acll of
gripes and lemon Juhs comblued l'.h
llthla, and Is harmless to flush clogged
kldnos and stimulate them to normal
activity. It also neutralises tho acids
In tho urlno so It no longer Irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts Is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent llthla-
A well known local druggist says he
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who be
lieve In overcoming kidney trouble
whllo It Is only trouble. Adv.
water drink which everybody should
take now and then to keep their kid
nevn clean, thus avoiding serious complications.
The largest ceidaal coaapaasa
the worl4 Ttia 1Y? alar, Sm CIill.
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SAGE TEA DANDY
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Itltl.XO IUCK CHILOIt AND LIM
THE TO HAIR
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tlfully dark and lustrous almost aver
night It you'll got n 60-cont bottle of
"Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug i.toro. Millions
of bottles of this old famous Sage Tot
Recipe, Improved by tho addition of
other Ingredients, nro aold annually,
sa)b a well known druggist here, be
en u ho It dnrkens tho hair so untur
nlly and evenly that no one can tell Is
has been applied,
Tlrose whoso hnlr Is turning gray
or becoming faded hao a surprise
awaiting them, because after one or
two applications the gray hair van
ishes and your locks beromo luxuri
antly dark and beautiful.
This Is the age of youth. Gray
haired, unattractlvo folks aren't want
ed around, so gel busy with Wyeth's
Sago and Sulphur Compound tonight
nud you'll be delighted with our
dark, handsome hair and your youth
ful appearance within a few days.
This preparstlon Is a toilet requisite
and lg not intended for the cure, miti
gation or prevention of disease. Adv
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